A crew on route to a space station learns that it's crippled by a meteor storm.
It's 1990s quality. Seeing as it's a TV movie, that's not surprising. Overall it's fair, but I wouldn't recommend it.
- aka Black Horizon
There is the occasional unsubtitled Russian language bit, but they are meant to be unobtrusive.
- 1:25 -- Oh hey, I recognize him.
- 1:30 -- National Security Agency
- 1:50 -- That's Ice-T! Aside from his music, I know him from Johnny Mnemonic.
- 2:30 -- What a shitty ambush. Also, they didn't identify themselves as cops or the like,
- Everyone's taking cover, very thoughtful.
- 8:00 -- Oh gods, titles upon titles..
- 9:00 -- One month later.
- 9:10 -- Russian Space Station ANVA (fictional)
- 9:20 -- What's he screwing with?
- 9:40 -- Fake Russian accent is fake.
- 12:00 -- Yvette Nipar is pretty-ish.
- 13:20 -- Call the Americans. Because they save everyone.
- 13:30 -- Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, United States
- 13:55 -- Prometheus, Titan (mythology), Greek mythology
- 14:25 -- A solar power collector which beams down energy like a magnifying glass, what could possibly go wrong?
- 17:30 -- National Security Agency
- 25:30 -- Wouldn't they have regular attempts at communication with the station, especially before launching?
- 28:15 -- Main Engine Cutoff (MECO), (Launch vehicle)
- 28:30 -- Space Shuttle external tank
- 30:00 -- I was willing to suspend disbelief the first time, but additional meteors should be pushing the station around, even, and especially, if they were armoured enough to take the hits.
30:30 -- Floppy disk .. HAHAHAHA
- How hilarious will our present storage devices be in 15 years.
- 33:00 -- What do you do? Put your fucking helmets on.
- 34:30 -- Wait, what? I'm pretty sure reverse thrusts can't come out of the back.
- 36:30 -- A full damage report? Sure, I'll just go do a spacewalk.
- 37:30 -- Oh Ice-T, and his terrible arrogant accent.
- 38:45 -- Very good point. A navy diver is useful. This is why I maintain that the expertise of the navy is far far superior than that of the air force. At least once you arrive in space.
- 40:00 -- Extravehicular activity (EVA)
- 51:00 -- Apollo 13
- 1:04:30 -- BWahaha, that was terrible.
- 1:08:45 -- Uh. Well yes, but he's also the commander and it's his choice.
- 1:11:30 -- Oh no, that character, nooo.. what's his name again?
- 1:20:00 -- "Connect main power cells to onboard database" .. wut.
Welp, this was terrible.